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Aguirre, the Wrath of God (1972)

German New Wave adventurer Werner Herzog stranded his crew, his cast, and himself in the Andes to film this magnificent parable on fascism, which looks as if it were shot in the sixteenth century. 104 more words

Eroticism and Vampires

I can think of few more controversial topics among vampire fans than the issue of eroticism. Some people clearly like sexy and sexual vampires. Others believe vampires should stay firmly rooted in the realm of monsters, undead creatures with no sex appeal at all. 580 more words

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Fitzcarraldo


Fitzcarraldo (1982)
★★★★ / ★★★★

A few great movies can be summed up in one word and it is not considered a hyperbole. With “Fitzcarraldo,” written and directed by Werner Herzog, the word is “fearless”—in ambition, scope, and execution. 551 more words

Well, I'm Certainly Not Going Through Life With One Hand Tied Behind My Back. -- James Dean

johnlink ranks FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE (1965)

It took me slightly longer than I had anticipated to get to the second movie in the MAN WITH NO NAME trilogy. Maybe I was slightly more underwhelmed by A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS than I thought. 697 more words

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Android (1982) Film Review by Gareth Rhodes

Android (1982) Directed by Aaron Lipstadt. With Klaus Kinski, Don Keith Opper and Brie Howard.

A bargain basement offering from 1982, Android is that brand of sci-fi that manages to swerve being completely and utterly terrible, while struggling to get out of first gear for much of its 80min runtime. 204 more words

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Herzog chatting in Fango.

Fangoria #334 isn’t the latest issue, but it’s the last one I’d purchased (being only an infrequent newsstand buyer). Vampire enthusiasts (and I’d count myself among that lot) wouldn’t be disappointed with this issue. 387 more words

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Timestalkers (1987)

Back in the day when movies were made for television this turned up as a feature of the week. While it’s budget is on the low end and it’s special effects leave something to be desired there is much to enjoy here. 423 more words

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